If your child is interested in competitive swimming, then Wachusett Storm is a great option. New swimmers are encouraged to swim for two weeks FREE before registering. Contact: Pam Deveny at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Four members of the Wachusett Storm Swim Club recently competed in the 2014 New England LCM 14 and Under Age Group Championships. Pictured from left: Ro Dudevoir, Emilly Moura, Kylie Grebinar and Anne Conway. Coach Henry Ramirez is pictured in the back.
Formed in the summer of 2005, the Wachusett Storm Swim Club consists of swimmers aged 6 to 19 interested in pursuing swimming as a competitive sport.
The Wachusett Storm helps young people grow to be healthy, well-adjusted adults through lessons learned in competitive swimming. Each swimmer's highest potential is reached through their dedication and hard work. Coaching emphasis is on expertise in all four strokes, physical strength, and conditioning.
The Storm is devoted to the character development as well as the physical development of each swimmer. By allowing our swimmers to work toward goals, risk and endure failing, and share in the thrill of victory, more important life lessons are learned. Perseverance and the courage to try will help Storm swimmers through life's more difficult challenges in years to come.
Swimmers of all abilities residing in north central Massachusetts and the Monadnock and south central regions of New Hampshire are encouraged to join the Storm family.
Our team is part of the Worcester County Swim League, one of the oldest consecutive ongoing swim leagues in the country. Meets are excellent opportunities for new swimmers to start competing. Swimmers are also part of USA Swimming, which is made up of swimmers across the country from the age group level to the Olympic Team, as well as coaches and volunteers.
Making waves at a recent meet
Which of our swimmers wants to be country musician? Find out by checking our Meet Our Swimmers section of our website.
A dinner out after the WCSL championships